28 October / 2022

ACC Amendment to Press Release re: Charges of 28 October 2022

The Anti-Corruption Commission has today charged Mr. Geoffry EBANKS, the former Chairman of the Cayman Islands National Housing Development Trust, with the following offences:
1. Conflict of interest – contrary to Section 19(2) and 19(3) Anti-Corruption Act (2019 revision)
2. Breach of Trust - contrary to Section 13 Anti-Corruption Act (2019 revision)

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28 October / 2022

ACC Press Release re: Charges of 28 October 2022

The Anti-Corruption Commission has today charged Mr. Geoffry EBANKS, Chairman of the Cayman Islands National Housing Development Trust, with the following offences:
1. Conflict of interest – contrary to Section 19(2) and 19(3) Anti-Corruption Act (2019 revision)
2. Breach of Trust – contrary to Section 13 Anti-Corruption Act (2019 revision)

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26 October / 2022

ACC Statement re: Arrest of 26 October 2022

On 25th October 2022 Investigators from the Anti-Corruption Commission arrested two persons in connection with an on-going corruption investigation: 1. Male aged 47 years from Bodden Town; 2. Male aged 22 years from Savannah,

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25 August / 2022

ACC Statement re: Arrests of 23 August 2022

On Tuesday 23 August, Investigators from the Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission made the following arrests: 1. Male, aged 44 of Prospect, 2. Male, aged 44 of George Town.

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11 July / 2022

ACC Statement Re Investigation

The Anti-Corruption Commission can confirm that following its investigation, it has referred a file to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to the National Housing Development Trust

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12 April / 2021

Elections Office & ACC Statement: General Election Anti-Corruption Campaign Update

As we approach the final days before the 2021 General Election, the ACC and the Elections Office wish to extend sincere thanks to the candidates and general public for the support expressed since the launch of the campaign. This support has been highlighted through candidates’ advocacy against corruption during debates, public forums and campaign meetings; and by voters through seemingly increased reporting and complaints of voter influence and public concerns about some activities and comments

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The Anti-Corruption Commission joins with the Elections Office to launch Election Education Campaign

The Anti-Corruption Commission and the Elections Office have aligned to launch an anti-corruption education campaign, under the tagline of ACT which stands for Against Corruption Today to promote the participation of the Cayman community to reflect on integrity, transparency and accountability as it relates to the country’s public affairs.

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02 March / 2021

ACC Statement Re: Arrest 2 March 2021

Anti-Corruption Commission Investigators today, 2 March 2021, arrested a male public officer aged 27 years from the East End area.

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10 December / 2020

Statement re: Charges of 9 December 2020

On 9 December 2020 following a complex and protracted investigation, Investigators supporting the Anti-Corruption Commission have charged Kimberley Elizabeth ROBERTS, Alex Javaughan RATTARY, Willard Charles ISAACS, and Kemar Nickolas JONES.

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09 December / 2020

International Anti-Corruption Day 2020 marked with notable achievements for the Cayman Islands

2020 has been a challenging, complex and disruptive year for most countries around the world and the Cayman Islands is no exception. As a result, countries around the world are now looking to develop plans to reopen under a “new normal???. Fittingly the United Nations celebrates International Anti-Corruption Day 2020 under the theme Recover with Integrity, encouraging member states to move forward with integrity and accountability.

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